29 January 1991 – An American F-15C shot down an IRAF MiG-23 fleeing to Iran with an AIM-7 missile. “During the Air War over Iraq, the mighty Eagle proved to be a very robust airframe, bringing back its pilots after suffering serious damages. After the first ten days of the first Gulf Air War, to
Jimmy D. Ginger
Jim flew 100 missions over North Vietnam. He was a Silver Star recipient and earned many other medals.
He also served the state of Arkansas as an administrator for 10 years. After retirement, he enjoyed traveling with his squirrel (Jeri), visiting with online friends, and spoiling his grandkids.
Jim also did volunteer work with the American Red Cross during national disasters as a guru of computer knowledge. He attended Trinity Assembly of God church and had many friends there. He was a member of River Rats – an association of retired fighter pilots, and the CASBAR and Super Saber Society online military communities.